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Easter Sunday

Kerfuffle Del Mar

Gold Edition

22nd July 2017

7pm till 2am


White Cliffs Cafe Saltdea

Marine Drive,
Brighton, BN2 8SQ

£10.00 in advance from RA, more on the door.

For the first Summertime outing of our 20th birthday year celebrations we’re bouncing back onto the beach at the wonderful White Cliffs Cafe for a Sarf Coast knees up that’s sure to knock your socks off. So slap on your flip flops, buckle up your Birkenstocks and get the bronzer on, cos’ riding our seaside wheels of steel will be:

Murf (Deepdown, Mongtrax, Subterrain)
A vinyl junkie and ambassador for electronic music throughout a 30 - year career, Murf has promoted, sold, recorded, lectured on, played, collected, reviewed and breathed music since the age of 13. His long standing resident slots at Edinburgh's Subtle Logic, and The End’s Subterrain are the stuff of legend. Other appearances include Berlin's Love Parade, Tribal Gathering, Club F.B. (Toyko), Final Frontier @ Club UK, Club Rockets (Osaka), many of the key BEDLAM and Spiral Tribe parties as well as Subterrain, Wiggle, Key-Energy and Castlemorten. In other words if it has anything to do with techno, he’s been there, done it, played it and he’s still wearing the t-shirt."

Acid Jesse (STARK Futures Recordings)
Aaron “Acid” Jesse Jones, AKA AJ, has been DJing since he was knee high to a beatbox. Before he was out of his teens he was co-promoting a nightclub in Rochester, playing house and breakbeat at Bodysnap and Stimul8 alongside Richard Grey, Tom Baker and Dave Mothersole. Moving up to London he promoted and played many established underground parties such as Bendaleg and What’s not 2Love, he has also been a regular behind the decks at Klik Klak and Peg. For four years, he hosted a weekly radio show Underground Dance on Radio Sunlight where his winning smile bagged him guests such as Maya Jane Coles, Alex Arnout and Colin Dale. A true 303 aficionado, AJ’s production excursions embrace a far broader spectrum with white label releases including “Rubber Band” and “Air Bags and Beats”.

James O’Connell (Fump, Wiggle)
From face on the floor at Wiggle and Kerfuffle to star of his own weekly radio show on London’s 96.1fm James’ meteoric rise to face speaks volumes for his get up and go. His show ran for 3 years and open doors to DJ bookings around London and then onto residencies at Egg and Pacha. He’s been in the prestigious Wiggle line up numerous times. Currently he’s rocking it around Essex as resident at FUMP parties where he plays alongside likes of Terry Francis, Eddie Richards, Mr C, and Saytek. Back to Kerfuffle by popular demand he’s be dishing up more of his groove- fueled take on deep tech house spliced with more than a tinge of techno.

Plus your hosts and residents:

Liz Edwards (Ed's Vinyl, Kerfuffle)
From running Croydon's legendary record emporium to throwing hundreds of Kerfuffle parties, Liz will be spinning a small selection of the fruits of two decades of total dedication to fine house music.

Martyn Rochester (Kerfuffle, Rumpus)
The other half of Kerfuffle, he's been spinner in residence for countless gloriously messy parties. Digging deep for the most memorable moments from so many happy hazy nights gone by.

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Easter Sunday




Micro festival

16th and 17th September

2pm Sat till 9pm Sun Nonstop

In a barn in heart of Somerset

Tickets strictly limited to 200.

£25 in advance via paypal send as a gift please to:

The trouble with festivals is the huge amount of things you’ve got to think about – tent, blow up mattress, enough rations to stave off starvation for a small army, insect repellent, toilet paper…Come on folks it’s supposed to feel like fun – not prepping for doomsday.

Well here’s an easy alternative - let’s all get together for at least 24 hours in a big old barn in beautiful Somerset countryside where there’s a 20K rig, an outdoors Reggae sound system, a well-stocked bar, freshly cooked food and lots of space in field outside to put up a tent, bring a camper, van or car and totally glamp it up – if that’s your thing. Or if you’re a seasoned cheesy quaver, you may prefer just to rock up and bat on through.

It’s about three miles from the nearest railway station, which is called Bruton, around £50 for a return train ticket, maybe cab share from station to cut costs and time, map details, and full address will be given once ticket bought, but just to wet your appetites here’s the plan:

We all arrive on Saturday lunchtime, pitch tents and settle in. Then at 2 o’clock it all kicks off.

First up it’s easy reggae and dub rhythms outside - courtesy of Prince Porky’s HIFI – nuff respec’ to Grant Dell, Nick Thistle and Lisa Lohan, and as the bass kicks in we’ll all be tucking into succulent slices of Hog roast thanks to Grant and Nick’s new outdoor catering enterprise Porky Prime Cuts. Along with prime pork there will be chicken and a range of healthy salads to go with your beats, plus brunch items on Sunday afternoon.

Don’t bother with cold bags, we’ll have beers, ciders, wines and spirits aplenty, but if you fancy something a tad more sophisticated be it a Daquiri or Marguerita, just ask our cocktail barman, he’ll shake up something special to order.

At 7.00 pm We’ll be firing up the main rig starting with some soul, funk and disco stomping into some house and then twanging it into a bit of techno then back again all the way through to Early Sunday evening, by which time if all goes to plan we’ll all be little more than one big twisted puddle of luurve.

Please dispose of your own litter yourself, dont leave it for the farmer, his wife or the cows. There will be bins aplenty, so no excuses.

Our 24 hour party people up for the adventure and bringing their tunes include

Grace Sands AKA Digs DIY

Colin Dale

Pure Science

Richard Grey

Simon Atkinson

Nick Thistle

Grant Dell

Jane Tee

Sharon Bowen

Paul NoKip

Dan Cartel

Lisa Lohan

Liz Edwards

& Rochester

OK so there are no showers, but there are proper loos with wash basins. There won’t be any music after we shut down the rig Sunday eve, but we’re all welcome to stay until Monday morning for anyone who need to sleep it off before setting off for home. Its a child and pet free zone too. Fancy Dress optional, come as you alter ego maybe?

Some bnb's in the area too, should you not be into ground level........

Easter Sunday


At this point you may wish you had remembered to put up the tent before you started tucking into that hog roast.

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